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Respect Sorting Activity

Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
Respect Sorting Activity
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  1. This product is a social narrative with a correlating sorting activity revolving around how to show respect. It was designed for students with autism and is perfect to help all kids (especially those in enrolled in special education services) understand how to show respect and what actions do not sh
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  2. This product is a bundle of social skills social stories with corresponding social skills sorting activities to help students develop social skills. All social stories in this bundle were originally designed for students with autism and are perfect for teaching fundamental social skills.(Each produc
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This is a red/green sorting activity with two templates:

  • Respectful vs Disrespectful
  • Kind vs Unkind

This activity comes with 16 icons to cut out and sort into each category (8 icons for each category). It was originally designed for special education students with autism as a supplemental material during a social skills lesson on respect.

This product is a sorting activity for how to be respectful versus disrespectful. It also includes a kindness sort template if you prefer that terminology. It comes with a red/green sorting background, along with 16 icons to sort that are centered around being respectful. It is meant to be a supplemental activity for teaching appropriate versus inappropriate behavior relating to respect and kindness. It was originally created for students with autism.

Directions:

  • Print the red/green template you'd like to use, along with the icons. Distribute them to every student.
  • Cut out the icons and have the students match them with being respectful or disrespectful (or kind and unkind) by gluing them on the red/green template.

It includes 3 red/green templates for sorting that you can choose from:

  • Respectful vs Disrespectful
  • Kind vs Unkind

I'd love to hear your feedback!

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